Taste of Dublin Returns To Iveagh Gardens This Week
Taste of Dublin returns to the Iveagh Gardens June 13 – 16 to celebrate the revolution of the Irish menu.
The festival aims to champion the chefs taking culinary risks, fuse Irish and international cuisine, create revolutionary Irish menus and offer foodies wonderful eclectic dining experiences. They say attendees will enjoy an idyllic weekend of gorgeous food, drinks, markets and entertainment. Over 32,000 people are expected to attend throughout the four days.
Taste of Dublin’s sponsor NEFF are hosting a taste kitchen, featuring cooking demos from the chefs that are shaping the future of the Irish menu. One of these is Australian TV celebrity chef and Dublin born Colin Fassnidge.
Meanwhile, from fine dining to easy street food, taste the signature dishes of some of the best venues Dublin has to offer. These include Hang Dai, Arisu, Opium, Gralinn, Lil Portie, Bowls by Kwanghi, Adrian’s Manor, Vietnom, Shaka Poke, Nutbutter, Jaru, San Lorenzo’s, Pickle, Jaipur, King Sitric, Pleesecakes, The Exchequer and The Porthouse.
New for 2019, the festival will include a Japanese taste experience, various ‘taste talks’, a fire pit BBQ, a VIP lounge, a Friday Fashion and Food event and kid-focused cooking demos to help children prepare something special for Father’s Day.
It’s worth noting Taste of Dublin’s restaurants and bars do not accept cash, but exhibitors in the festival’s market do. All restaurant dishes at Taste of Dublin will be priced at €5, enabling guests to maximise on food and drink offerings from the event’s eateries.
Tickets are from €15 (booking fee not included). Each day runs from mid-day to 10.30pm.